Wednesday, April 14, 2004

Is this a happy Pug or WHAT?

I had about all the guilt I could stand.  From his Puggin to my endless "None" under my exercise tallies, I couldn't take it anymore.  I had to get out and go for the walk.

Like church on Sunday, it hit me as we were walking that I didn't know why I procrastinated so long.  Getting out and going for the walks make me feel good.

I also got to do the finishing touches on my script today.  I hate it when that giddy euphoria dies away and I realize that my script isn't the utter brilliance I thought it was.  I'm always so critical on my own work.  Sometimes I'll read something and think, "gee that's really good" but most times it's, "gee, I feel like I can make this better."  But for better or worse it's completed and registered.

For everyone who is interested in reading it, here is the logline and the link:

MY IMMORTAL (Horror/Suspense) A cyncial reporter investigating a gruesome murder story makes a horrifying discovery.  The killer they seek is a vampire, and he's managed to reincarnate one of his slain vampires, her.  The more she learns the more she is faced with an impossible decision - to join again with the undead to be with her immortal lover forever, or fulfill her destiny and put an end to their carnage. (rated R)

http://www.geocities.com/gsvscreenplays/myimmortal.txt

Please let me know what you think, I look forward to hearing your reviews. 

As for my totals I did manage to meet the 1800 goal but slaughtered my sodium goals in the process.  We're getting there, slowly but surely.

Calories: 1863 / 21% fat
Sodium: 3287mg
Water: 72oz & counting
Exercise: Walked 1.5 miles

2 comments:

sonensmilinmon said...

Gawd,  I LOVE your pug!!! Can I be auntie Mon to the pug!!! :)

Keep up your good work on your efforts!  

Smilin Mon

liba009 said...

Hysterical picture of Winston!  YOU are doing a great job across all fronts (we're all going to have to start calling you little missy).  I can't wait to carve out some time to read the script too.  On my personal front:  I have to get to the park myself; my park sticker was on my old car and I have to trade the "beat" old one in in for a new one-- my new-to-me convertible is in the shop getting some stuff done so I don't have to break down somewhere awful in the middle of the night returning from some really far away God-forsaken client (timing belt, water pump, etc.)--so now I can take my little honey anywhere without worry --as long as they do it right (hagenna hagenna hagenna); and as an added bonus--I met this neat single guy (rode me back from the garage)--finished a 20 year career as an Army Special Forces (so he still works out twice a day mmmmmnh yeah! wooah!).  

And to top it off, I have come up with a scheme for my project car--I am, when time and money permit, going to install, get this:  Louis Vuitton Leather insets into the seat covers!  I've already found the fabric!  Totally my idea.  It will also get a new Dark Brown convertible top to coordinate!

Keep on smiling; sometimes it all ends up just fine!  And when it doesn't, remember, eventually it has to.